Ander Herrera: Why I’m so exited about the FA Cup with Man United

Ander Herrera is looking forward to this season's FA Cup campaign with Manchester United

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Ander Herrera has revealed his excitement ahead of his first taste of the FA Cup with Manchester United.

The Red Devils will begin their cup campaign in the third round against Yeovil Town next month, with the competition representing one of United’s two opportunities to win silverware this season.

“It’s different to the Spanish Cup because it’s more about the knockout situation,” Herrera told Inside United.

“In Spain we play two legs in the Cup, so I think it’s good that it can be down to just one game here, it makes it very emotional. So I like the FA Cup and when I was in Spain I always watched it.

“It’s a very interesting competition. Every team has a chance to win it, which is good. I want to play in this competition and it’s a big chance for us to win a cup.

“I think all the supporters can feel that excitement and some nerves for the game on the day. It’s a very important competition. Last season Arsenal won it and this season we want to be in the final.”

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